Turkish & Islamic Arts Museum: Skip the line Ticket with Guided Tour

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Turkish & Islamic Arts Museum: Skip the line Ticket with Guided Tour

Get skip-the-line admission with your talented guide and visit the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum.

Duration: 1 Hour
Skip The Line:
Live Guide: English.
Pick-up Services: Not available.

Highlights

  • See the amazing collection of articles by artists from former Islamic regions.

Full Description

At the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum you will see beautiful carpet samples from the Seljuk Empire, weaved in the Iranian and Caucasus regions. There are also hand-written calligraphy samples of Qurans and magazines, as well as wooden, glass, ceramic and stone artifacts created by artists from former Islamic countries. Broaden your knowledge of history, art and culture with a guided tour of this interesting museum. 

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Includes

  • Entrance fees.
  • Professional guided tour conducted in English.

Meeting point

Guided tours start at the Bigbus Bus Stop in front of the Hagia Sophia museum.
Our guide carries a white flag with "Istanbul Tourist Pass" written on it.
Please meet the guide at the meeting point 5 minutes before the scheduled tour start time.

Location

Know Before You Go

  • Your ticket does not allow you to enter the museum alone. Please meet with our guide at the meeting point 5 minutes before the tour start time.

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Customer Reviews

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Roderick - January 28, 2019

Very competent guide (Vulkan) speaking very good English. He could answer any questions and gave alot of interesting details.

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Kristen - January 16, 2019

If you like Antique Arts like handwriting calligraphy, carpets etc, this museu is for you.

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Donnie - June 28, 2019

Entrance seems very modern outside. Totaly 3 floors to visit. It has been used as residence of a pasha. I just wondered there wasn t any door between small rooms. Might be ripped or?

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Herman - January 23, 2019

We had a small window to past. We saw a part of hippodrome inside of museum. Carpets were too old. But on sacred relics side we are effected so much by music. Due to picture is forbidden in Islam there were a lot of memories to explain their Prophet.

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